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Marc Faber 2022: Avoiding Disaster, Best Countries To Be In, and GeoPolitical Risks

With energy shortages, war in Ukraine, and rising geopolitical risks, what's the best way to protect both ourselves and our portfolio?

To find out, I speak to Dr Marc Faber, PhD in economics, author and long-time Editor & Publisher of the Gloom Boom Doom Report (

📚 Books To Help You Navigate Uncertainty

💪 Powerful Questions (for self reflection):
⚡ Charlie Munger (for rationality):
🧠 Knowledge Athlete (for finding your edge):

00:00 - Introduction
00:38 - Global Economy In Recession
01:21 - Europe Has Depreciated in Dollar Terms
02:00 - Recession Is Apparent For The Average Person, Not For The Wealthy
03:00 - S&P Will Drop By 30-50%
04:02 - Government Interventions
07:30 - Best Countries For Survival
09:20 - Best Countries for Growth
10:15 - Most Important Thing To Build Wealth
11:00 - Asia & The Need To Learn Languages
13:40 - Governments, Competition & Innovation
15:50 - AUKUS
17:00 - Ukraine, Putin & The War
18:00 - Taiwan & China
20:00 - Expropriation Risks and Foreign Exchange Controls
21:46 - Protecting The Downside Risks
26:00 - ESG & ECB
30:11 - Socialism and Its Effects
32:28 - Running Into Tanks In Prague
33:30 - Sviatoslav Richter
35:00 - Changing Order in the US
37:00 - Gold Expropriation
38:15 - Currencies. USD, Asian Currencies & the Singapore Dollar
39:00 - Singapore
42:20 - Food Shortage
48:00 - Energy Nationalization
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Marc Faber
Marc Faber (born February 28, 1946) is a Swiss investor based in Thailand. Faber is publisher of the Gloom Boom & Doom Report newsletter and is the director of Marc Faber Ltd, which acts as an investment advisor and fund manager. Faber also serves as director, advisor, and shareholder of a number of investment funds that focus on emerging and frontier markets, including Leopard Capital’s Leopard Cambodia Fund and Asia Frontier Capital Ltd.'s AFC Asia Frontier Fund.
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